Public Photo--Washington State Home Inspector Licensing Advisory Board

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Home Inspector with King of the House Home Inspection, Inc
The State of Washington has released a photo, shall we say publicity photo, of the new home inspector licensing advisory board. The board is pictured with State Senator Harriet Spanel, who worked for years to get home inspector legislation passed. She said, speaking to the board, that it was one of the most controversial bills she has ever worked on. This was taken at the first meeting, in early August.

 

The legend for the photo follows, starting at the left.

Stephen Cancler, Full House Inspection Services, Seattle

Steven L. Smith, Bellingham Technical College, King of the House Home Inspection, Bellingham

Bruce MacIntosh, Centennial Home Inspection Services, Woodinville

Senator Spanel, Bellingham

Michael O' Handley, Kenmore Residential Services and TIJ (The Inspector's Journal), Kenmore

William Myer, Inland Home Inspections, Spokane

Deb Wennemen, Dakota Home Inspections, Vashon

David Pioli, P.E., Criterium-Pioli Engineers, Bothell

To see additional information on home inspector licensing in the state, click on George's head.

Steven L. Smith

Bellingham WA Home Inspections

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Charles Buell
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Liz, Point Roberts is Steve's home away from home:)

August 17, 2008 07:38 AM
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Steven L. Smith
Bellingham WA Home Inspector
King of the House Home Inspection, Inc

So Kevin

Who is on the board. Kids in halloween outfits

August 17, 2008 10:12 AM
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Steven L. Smith
Bellingham WA Home Inspector
King of the House Home Inspection, Inc

Liz,

I spend about two days a month in Pt Roberts. Most of it is out of cell contact so I get away from charlie b harassing me.

August 17, 2008 10:13 AM
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Kevin Corsa
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Could be Steven, I'm not really too sure. I know there has been a lot of bickering about it in this state for over 4 years now.

August 18, 2008 06:47 AM
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Steven L. Smith
Bellingham WA Home Inspector
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We have lots of complaining here too and it is inspectors.

August 18, 2008 08:50 AM
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Steven L. Smith, King of the House Home Inspection, provides information for real estate buyers, sellers and real estate industry professionals. Blog posts emphasize issues commonly found in Bellingham, WA and Whatcom County. Smith is Washington State Licensed Home Inspector #207, a state licensed structural pest inspector, ASHI certified inspector #252760 and one of the most experienced inspectors in the northwest corner of the Pacific Northwest. Steven L. Smith is lead instructor of home inspection at Bellingham Technical College and teaches classes for Washington State University and the Washington State Department of Agriculture. Steve was a two-term member of the state licensing board.